Apoplexy - Homeopathic Books

Glonoinum (Kent's Lectures)
The most common feature in this remedy is the surging of blood to the head and to the heart. A patient often describes the state as a feeling as…

Opium (Kent's Lectures)
Among the striking features of Opium is a class of complaints marked by painless, inactivity, and torpor. Many of the provers taking small doses had torpor, inability to realize…

Sepia (Kent's Lectures)
Sepia is suited to tall, slim women with narrow pelvis and lax fibres and muscles; such a woman is not well built as a woman. A woman who has…

Veratrum Viride (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Plethoric subjects. 2. Furious deliriums ; screaming and howling. 3. Sudden, intense local congestions especially to base of brain, spine, chest, stomach ; also of pelvis, dysmenorrhoea (Caulophyllum) ; coup-de-soleil….

Asterias Rubens (Allen's Keynotes)
For the sycotic diathesis; flabby, lymphatic constitution; irritable temperament. Easily excited by any emotion, especially by contradictions (Anac., Con.). Heat of the head, as if surrounded by hot air. Sanguineous…